Guerrero went 3-for-4 with three home runs and seven total RBI during Tuesday's win over the Nationals.

Guerrero did something his father never accomplished during his stellar 16-year career and had arguably the best game of his young career. He belted a grand slam in the third inning and a solo homer in the fifth before capping things off with a two-run shot in the seventh -- the first two were off Max Scherzer. Guerrero also became the fourth player in MLB history to smash three grand slams before turning 23 years old, joining a list that also includes Ozzie Albies, Giancarlo Stanton and Albert Pujols, and he is also the youngest to record three homers and seven RBI in a single game since 1901.

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